1.) The idiot user flees crying to another system, to be an idiot who does get encouragement from other idiots to be an idiot.
2.) The idiot user cleans up his/her act and stops being an idiot.
In both cases it is problem solved.
I don't care who's dick you suck as long as it is not mine.
Ah, and here we have it, the petty reason why you are bandying about a lot of rhetoric like perverted and unnatural. Don't flatter yourself pal, just because you happen to have a penis, doesn't mean homosexual men are lusting after you. With about 3.5 billion men in the world, chances are that you aren't that overwhelmingly attractive. Even if you were God's sexual gift to Earth, I have been with my man in a committed relationship for thirteen years now, so your penis doesn't even come in the picture.
Automation will free us up to do things we'd rather do.
My my, what positivity. Automation will label those out of a job as just another unnecessary mouth to feed.
A lack of tech knowledge is therefore pretty unforgivable
Have you ever seen a CEO (or other executive) do something themselves that isn't a braindead easy and canned procedure on a computer? Any time it requires a modicum of application knowledge and a smidge of creativity, they come running to their underlings to delegate the task.
This is also typical:
[T]he survey of 436 global business leaders finds that only 23% are confident their organizations have the knowledge and skills to succeed in the digital aspects of their business.
The organisation as a whole probably has enough knowledge present to adequately cope with digital demands, but this knowledge is never tapped, because most of it isn't formalised in a certificate or diploma, so it doesn't officially exist. Therefore the employees are digital peasants and the company is doomed.
The generation of random numbers is too important to be left to chance.